Published: Thu, November 02, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

Donald Trump Jr. dresses as Donald Trump for Halloween

"On Tuesday evening, while the United States celebrated Halloween, Donald Trump Jr has outdone itself by posting a photo of her little 3 year old girl disguised as a police officer and has a huge bucket filled with candy. It's never to early to teach her about socialism", the president's eldest son tweeted on Tuesday along with a photo of his daughter dressed as a police officer and holding a bucket of candies.

"I'm going to take half of Chloe's candy tonight & give it to some kid who sat at home", he wrote.

Trump followed up by sharing a photo of daughter Chloe before putting his kids to bed. "Take these things you did nothing to earn and cry about sharing them with people, yup", wrote one user.

While still others just started making fun of him for the giant fucking typo.

It's never too early to teach her about Republicanism.

Donald Trump, Jr., celebrated Halloween by dressing as his dad, President Donald Trump. Maybe Trump just wanted the lion's share of his kid's Halloween candy for himself.

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Then there's Trump Jr.'s definition of socialism.

There is also of course, the irony that Halloween, literally a handout.

This one is not the first time Trump Jr. has been criticized for a candy metaphor: In 2016, he shared an image of a bowl of Skittles - three of them "poisoned" - to make a point about the dangers of a relaxed immigration policy.

Some pointed out that giving candy to children who weren't able to go out trick-or-treating would, in most circumstances, be considered a good deed.

It's not the first time Trump Jr has tried to use candies to make a political point.

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